The digestive system is often referred to as the "second brain". Even if the "link" between it and the brain is severed, it can maintain its own functions independently. The digestive system is like a river running through our body. When food enters, it undergoes complex decomposition and digestion, and delivers nutrients to every cell in the body.
In daily life, JHD Corp suggest us eat more of the following foods to promote, help digestion, and reduce the burden on the digestive system.
Barley and barley malt contain vitamins A, B, E and amylase, maltose, glucose, invert carbohydrase, allantoin, proteolytic enzymes, fats and minerals, etc. It has a very good effect on regulating the stomach and promoting digestion.
Milk is definitely a good thing for most people. It is a weak stimulator for gastric secretion, has a weak alkaline reaction, can combine with gastric acid, neutralize gastric acid, and prevent gastric acid from stimulating ulcers.
Apples contain acid substances such as tannic acid and organic bases, which have astringent effects, and the pectin contained in them can absorb toxins; secondly, the cellulose content can stimulate peristalsis and have a laxative effect.
Tomatoes are rich in organic acids such as malic acid, citric acid, and formic acid, which can protect vitamin C, so that it will not be destroyed during processing and cooking, and increase the utilization rate of vitamins.